Wrecked for the Ordinary is a non-profit group dedicated to sharing stories about radical faith lifestyles. We depend on partners and friends for advertising and support. These outstanding friends share a similar vision of pursuing a life of faith. Several have helped us over the course of this project in one way or another other, and we love them for that. And many of these organizations are action-oriented justice sites, so check them out and plug in.
Adventures in Missions — Missions organization that sends people on prayer-focused mission trips for as short as a week to as long as a year.
Children’s HopeChest — Missions and relief organization for orphaned children around the world.
G42 Leadership Academy — Leadership training and discipleship program in Spain.
Geez Magazine — Online magazine that inspires “holy mischief in an age of fast faith.”
Radical Living in a Comfortable World — Blog site of Seth Barnes, the initial brain behind Wrecked for the Ordinary.
Storyline — Blog site of Donald Miller, inspiring readers to “live a better story.”
The World Race — Mission trip that sends twenty-somethings to eleven countries in eleven months.
Wipe Every Tear — Missions organization bringing “freedom, hope and a future to precious girls trafficked in the sex trade” in Thailand and the Philippines.